Basic Guidelines For English Spellings
‘A few million non-votes from people like me, and the Dimmies are in like Flynn, just like in 1992 when we socked it to ol’ ‘Read My Lips’ himself.’
- ‘And as soon as we structure our business as a Maori authority, we will be in like Flynn at the 19.5 percent rate.’
- ‘Shonky solicitors were in like Flynn, acting for both vender and purchaser on the same deal.’
- ‘Once you're in, you're in - and she's in like Flynn.’
- ‘Its followers are mostly female, so if you're a dude who can nod convincingly while sitting cross-legged, you're in like Flynn.’
- ‘He went on to confirm, however, that if he thought for one minute he could have mustered the numbers: ‘I would be in like Flynn.’’
- ‘If you can finagle from me, or guess, or steal, those characters, then you're in like Flynn, baby.’
- be in like Flynn
Act quickly and impetuously; seize an opportunity.
1940s probably from Errol Flynn (see Flynn, Errol), known for his wild behaviour.
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